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Toll Authority getting steady flow of submissions on proposed rates for North-South Highway

Published:Friday | March 18, 2016 | 6:04 PM

The Toll Authority says it has been receiving a steady flow of feedback from members of the public on the proposed toll fees for the North-South link of Highway 2000.

Chief Executive Officer of the Toll Authority, Joan Fletcher, says up to yesterday the state agency had received about 95 submissions.

Fletcher says the agency has received more submissions since then.

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Persons have until Monday, March 21 to submit in writing to the Toll Authority their views on the proposed toll charges.

There has been outcry in sections of the public about the proposed toll rates since the charges were announced on Wednesday.

Since then, the Government has signalled it would seek to review several aspects of the agreement which dictates the manner in which toll rates will be charged on the North-South Highway.

Transport Minister Transport Minister Mike Henry said the government will be meeting with the toll regulators and the administrators of the highway to discuss the matter.

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